Helping your pet cope with separation anxiety as humans return to work Animal shelters across…
Kelley Bollen, MS, CABC (Certified Animal Behavior Consultant)
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center
The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center’s veterinary toxicology experts are your life-line for critical information during any poison-related emergency!
Center for Disease Control and Prevention – COVID-19 and Animals
Information about COVID-19 and animals.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Healthy Pets
Facts and tips to help you live happily with your pets while staying healthy.
Companion Animal Parasite Control
Cornell Canine Health Center
Cornell University – College of Veterinary Medicine
Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association
Pet Safety Tips – Hot Weather Tips
Hot weather is hard on pets as well as people. Think twice before bringing your dog to the beach or park on very hot days.
If your pet exhibits the following signs, please contact your veterinarian and animal emergency service as these are signs of heat stroke and may prove fatal: excessive panting, vomiting, tiring easily, diminished appetite, and lethargy.
For more helpful hints on summer safety for your pets, please click on the provided link.
Pet Travel Tips
The summer is a great time to bring your family on a vacation! Don’t forget about your family pets. The MSPCA has offered great tips when traveling with your four-legged friends.
Provided is a helpful link to make your trip in your truck or car a safe one for both you and your pet.
PupQuest is a website that will guide you in your search for a healthy puppy from a responsible source, whether it be a breeder, animal shelter, or rescue.
The Humane Society
The Paw Project
Trupanion – Medical Insurance for Your Pets
Trupanion gives you the power to protect your pets with NO LIMITS. Be a truHero! Call 800-569-7913 or visit their website for a free quote.
American Animal Hospital Association
The American Animal Hospital Association is the accrediting body for companion animal hospitals in the United States and Canada.
American Veterinary Medical Association
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), established in 1863, is a not-for-profit association representing more than 86,500 veterinarians working in private and corporate practice, government, industry, academia, and uniformed services.